Friday stormwatch

It’s early morning on Friday in Fredericton and it seems we have some weather to look forward to over the next 24 hours.

The latest from Environment Canada says the snow will pick up around midday and intensify towards an expected peak between supper-time and midnight.  A total 15-20 cm are expected, which wouldn’t be too bad if it was coming straight down, but winds of 30-50km/h mean significant blowing snow and lots of drifting.  It’ll be a cold day too, with a suspected high of -6 before the windchill.  For the absolute latest, click here.

As of 6:30 a.m. STU is only registering one cancelled class (RELG 1006B, RELG 1006C – Prof. Sean O’Neil) which seems to be unrelated to the weather.

For anyone commuting to campus, please be careful and plan for extra time on the way home. Here’s the link to the STU class cancellation page.

If you want a better look at the weather on the city right now, check out the handy dandy live webcams below courtesy of the City of Fredericton.

Westmorland Street Bridge Webcams



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